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Ready to take on the next challenge, she joined the girls at Cape Town’s historic Castle of Good Hope for their next challenge shoot.
To their surprise, not only would they be shooting in oversized men’s suits from South African fashion and lifestyle giant Craig Port, they would be shot by resident judge Josie Borain.
But first, they got to do some sightseeing (and mischief-making) at the castle before meeting their co-star, male model Dave Kabamba.
After a giggly introduction, the girls got started shooting (and directing their “prop” Dave) in the castle.
Uganda’s Aamito and Opeyemi received high praise, seemingly able to dominate their costar as the brief for Verve demanded.
But some of the other girls struggled and in the end, Michelle was sent home, leaving Cheandre as the sole South African in the model house.
Aamito will now face off with likes of Angola’s Michaela, Nigeria’s Opeyemi and Ghana’s Roselyn.
The winner will get a modeling contract with the prestigious New York-based DNA Model Management, and take home a cash prize of US$50,000 (sh125m).
Africa’s Next Top Model follows supermodel hopefuls from all over the continent as they strive to prove they have what it takes to make in the cut-throat world of modeling.
The show documents a continent-wide search to find 12 top contenders who will compete for a coveted modeling contract and a shot at the career of a lifetime.
Over a period of several weeks, the 12 lucky contestants are being trained by some of the top-modeling experts in the world… experts who will teach them about fashion, runway skills, physical fitness and publicity.
And the entire time the contestants have been living under one roof in a house equipped with cameras and microphones to record their every move, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In addition, the contestants are being evaluated on a regular basis by an elite panel of judges led by Oluchi Orlandi.
These judges are experts from the industry and are expected to narrow down the competition week to week until two finalists are left to go head-to-head.
And in the end, one lucky winner will be chosen — the winner who will become the first ever Africa’s Next Top Model!